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Jun 30, 2018

The Southern Illinois Miners won their third game in a row on Friday night at Rent One Park, beating the Gateway Grizzlies 6-5 on Susan C Star clutch bag Metallic Corto Moltedo yCX58CXU
's walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning.

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Both teams opened the scoring right away. After Shane Mardirosian's leadoff solo homer off Miners starter Steven Ridings in the top of the first inning, the Miners roared back in the bottom of the frame. With two men on against Gateway starter Will Anderson, Chance Shepard unleashed a deep three-run homer over the left-center field wall to vault the Miners in front 3-1. Later in the frame, with two outs, Bragg delivered an RBI single to make the score 4-1.

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Gateway got a run back in the top of the second inning, but Ridings would limit the damage and settle down from there, eventually pitching five and two-thirds innings in his home debut for the Miners and surrendering only two earned runs. Piet oval hoop earrings Metallic Astley Clarke kl7uf4Y
assisted by extending the Miners' lead to 5-2 with his first professional homer, a solo shot in the fourth inning. Anderson also settled in after that and ended up completing seven innings, limiting the Miners' offense in the middle frames.

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The Grizzlies, however, were also able to tie the game as a sac fly in the fifth by Jhonniel Alvarez and an RBI groundout in the seventh inning by Mardirosian made it 5-4. Against Michael Starcevich in the ninth, the Grizzlies rallied and tied the game at 5-5 on Mardirosian's two-out single, his third run driven in of the contest. But Starcevich (2-1) held the line there with a strikeout of Artemis Kadkhodaian to strand two runners on base and send it to the bottom of the ninth.

Michael Starcevich

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led off and reached second base on a throwing error by Kadkhodaian at third as the ball sailed into the stands. That set up Bragg, who took the second pitch he saw from reliever Chris Metrick (0-1) down the line fair over third base for the Miners' second consecutive walk-off victory and their third overall to move within a half-game of first place in the Frontier League's West Division.

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Android P is going to make it easier to support almost any camera configuration with things like the new Multi-Camera API.

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